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berkeley and finding yourself in big company and a bridge not affected by fog, southbound golden gate bridge, both directions, you can see one of the crews there coming to configure the lanes headed into san francisco and you will have four lanes. >> ahead, the 49 others -- 49ers are hosting the packers. there are limited numbers of tickets available. >> and a plane makes a landing with a missing wheel. we have that ahead. >> and it is katie's birthday with a show filled with surprises and she does not know about, katie at 3:00 p.m. right here ñ@ñzÑíÑit >> welcome back, coming up off 6:24 on monday. welcome back if you have been gone, either because of vacation or holidays. >> here is a look at what is ahead. >> back to the weather, everyone. here we go. 56 in antioch for the coolest spot along the san mateo, and 60 in napa and santa rosa and 59 in oakland and an -- san jose. a slight chance of a shower around eureka and 39 in tahoe. low-to-mid 60's headed south and the showers will be gone by the time you get there. >> new this morning, we have brand if you video showing a pilot
qualified student project in san francisco. i've been involved in berkeley and have built 5 hundred units plus in berkeley. the project in the upper left-hand side of the scene was from a downtown project since world war ii. in 2007 i sold the portfolio of the buildings and decided to develop housing and specifically student housing in san francisco. i did quite a bit of research about the market in san francisco and with the help of the san francisco housing action coalition was able to learn that there about 65 thousand full-time students in san francisco of which only 11 thousand have sponsors in student housing and that
an event coming up in berkeley called the access now regional power summit, going throughout california and happening throughout the month of february. i'm going to go ahead and read a two-paragraph intro from the flier and provide information afterwards. joining people with disabilities and our partners from your refuge of california for a few two-day summit to organize for access in 2013. together we'll address the next steps to advance access to our communities for better independence where we live, work, learn, shop and play. we are asking participants to commit to attending the access now regional power summit for both days. the discussions and priorities we explore together on the first day will inform our choices for building access now campaign on the second day. we'll see you at the summit. there is free registration and sponsored lunch options. the one going on for northern california is february 7th and th from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the center for independent living in berkeley. and there will be a number of sf bay area communities and coalitions there as well. so for i
. >> reporter: a student at berkeley high school recorded this video. the tail end of a near riot. >> windows smashed. people stomped on. >> what started as fight off campus got out of hand. his friend was among four people arrested after police were called to break up the crowd. >> walking and the officer turned him around and he did try to push the officer but the officer was a big guy, pushed his face on to the ground. >> in that situation it never looks good, never is good but, you know, there were steps that had to be taken to keep the situation safe. >> the principal says the arrests included two students from berkeley high school and  two others. no one was seriously injured. we got to see this view of what happened administrators took cell phones of students who were recording. they want to know why. >> we are off campus. >> the phones that were taken away were taken away from people who were obstructing the first responders. >> reporter: the principal says a letter went home to parents today. despite the incident yesterday disciplines and suspensions are down 30% from last year. l
to come out here to california and she did her research at stanford and lawrence berkeley. that is an indication we are getting smart people like her out to california to start companies like hers. 15 employees in 2008. it is interesting, we talk about cloud computing and these technology companies, but she takes electronic waste that is rich in carbon and recycles that into oil for plastics and a variety of other things. i wish i had more time to talk to you and get to know you because i am sure there's an interesting story that you will really enjoy hearing from her. you have already heard from michael, who is wonderful at ibm. clearly, they are a leader in this area. with michael's travels around the world, he will share more of his experience, and that will also be an interesting perspective. i really want to welcome the san francisco mayor ed lee. it is difficult for me to call him mayor lee because i have always known him as ed. you are going to get to know him really well. the 43rd mayor of san francisco was born in seattle, went to college in maine, this tiny colle
've been involved in berkeley and have built 5 hundred units plus in berkeley. the project in the upper left-hand side of the scene was from a downtown project since world war ii. in 2007 i sold the portfolio of the buildings and decided to develop housing and specifically student housing in san francisco. i did quite a bit of research about the market in san francisco and with the help of the san francisco housing action coalition was able to learn that there about 65 thousand full-time students in san francisco of which only 11 thousand have sponsors in student housing and that leaves 56 thousand student that don't have the principle. the project at 1321 mission will have a hundred and 60 units of which 120 a micro parents and other suits they can accommodate up to 5 hundred students. we have been working on small unit design in the last 5 years and we've adopted the design method loosen of the gold i didn't locks and the 3 bears. we have built larger units which were too big. and have built this project at 37 harriet street which we think is about the right size for living. the unit
coming through berkeley and out to the oakland area and when you get to the toll plaza it is not busy just yet and everything looks good on 101 coming to the downtown area. let's go back to the desk. >>> a search continues for a san francisco man accused of dousing his girlfriend with gasoline and setting her on fire. alex savage has more in san francisco with what family members are saying about this attack, good morning, alex. >> reporter: they say it was an argument about laundry which prompted the attack. the victim in this case is a mother of three and remains hospitalized with severe burns to her face and chest. police are still searching for that woman's boyfriend and they want you to watch for dexter oliver. he is wanted for this attack.  he is still on the run according to the police i spoke to a time ago. it happened in the bay view district and police say oliver used gas from one of the cancers at the couple's homes and he put it into a can and doused her girlfriend and set her on fire. relatives say the victim is 25- year-old star lamar. her sister said the couple did fi
it is uncomfortable, but for some it can be dangerous. alan wang is live in berkeley with a look at the consequences of the cold. alan? >> dan, it may not freeze out here tonight, but some people have a lot at stake so they are not taking any chances. >> it is good to get lower side of leaves as well. that's where most of the leave openings are on most plants is the under side. >> it is one of the most extensive collections of wild succulents and cabbing tie in the world. it is up to anthony garza to protect them from it is freezing temperatures -- from the freezing temperatures. >> we are always colder here than in the urban environments. >> garza can't afford to lose any of these endangered plants because they contain available genetic material. >> so in an over riding way we are conserving and preserving some of the species here that may go extinct in the wild. >> nice and warm. nice and warm. >> it is just as important to protect the pets at the berkeley east bay humane society. a sweater donation program is helping the rescue center which is still recovering from a fire two years ago. >> it is
of berkeley commission on disability is in the process of gathering information from all bart elevateor riders. we are asking participants to keep a log or journal of their bart elevator experiences. the log should include the following information: your name, and contact information. location of the elevator. dates and times of use. the condition of the elevator. was it satisfactory or unsatisfactory? and a brief description of your experience. please turn in your log or journal to myself, chip supanich at the following email address. i will spell it out slowly twice. chipsupanich@gmail.com. once again, chipsupanich@gmail.com. the deadline for reports is january 31st, 2013. are you still working on the bridge line? there we go. we'll move on to the next agenda item then. you may be ready? shall we try the bridge line now, roland? okay. do we have our caller still on the phone on the bridge line? >> yes, you do. >> okay, could we see -- great. we're good to go. thank you for your patience. go ahead, please. >> it is very interesting that we had this little problem because the exact
. plus. a mudslide slowly becoming a much bigger clean up problem in berkeley. we explain when kron 4 news at 11 returns [ male announcer ] subway has so many heart-healthy and delicious meals certified by the american heart association. look for the heart check on your favorite subway fresh fit meals, from the tempting turkey breast & black forest ham with spinach to the protein-rich roast beef, and more. all five grams of fat or less. try 'em with juicy, ripe tomatoes, cool cucumbers or crisp green peppers. start your new year right with a heart-healthy meal at your neighborhood subway today. subway. eat fresh. >> pam: if you're flying in or out of s-f-o this weekend, you could experience some delays. and they have nothing to do with the weather. kron 4's dan kerman explains. >> reporter: beginning friday at 10pm and running through monyday at 8am, sfo will close runway 28 left that's the one closest to us they'll be doing some federally mandated runway construction work since this runway will close, that means instead of landing 60 flights an hour, on two runways, they'll be landin
the fraternity at uc berkeley in 1978. i want to first thank chris's family for allowing me the honor of speaking today as we celebrate chris's amazing life. i look at this crowd. i try to figure out how much he achieved so much while making personal and professional connections and lifelong friends all over the world. this beautiful light-filled rotunda is the perfect seting to celebrate chris's life. he was a true renaissance man and offered a lesson in modern day enlightenment to all he met. some say don't sweat the small stuff. chris was successful because he did pay attention to little details and common courtesis that showed the world that he cared. i think the roots of chris's enlightening character were evident when we were undergrads at cal. i would like to share examples. first of all we will start superficially on the topic of fashion. chris like many of our pledge class was from piedmont. i recall thinking what is up with piedmont. the khakis, penny loafers and button-down shirts? chris lived in the room across from mine. seemed he had adopted this as his uniform
at the uc- berkeley school. ever since then, i fell in love with what a wonderful area the bay area is. >> what motivated your interest in politics? supervisor chu: to be frank, i never saw myself in an elected position at all. i had grown up in southern california, and during the first day of the los angeles riots, my parents had their cars stolen at gunpoint. they were left out and had to pay someone $100 to get back to chinatown. it really influenced me. we had a restaurant at the time, and at the time, we were always worried, watching the news, to see whether or not the restaurant would be looted, whether or not it would go up in fire. that was something that was a big concern and worry for my family at the time. i remember thinking even at that age how important it was to consider what the economics were in communities, whether people had or felt that they had opportunities or did not have opportunities, and what role it was that government played in those outcomes. that is what really put me on the path to public policy. so i pursued public policy both at occidental college, wher
. >>> man is being treated for burns after a fire breaks out insidehis berkeley apartment. >>> we're live in santa clara just one of cities in the bay area bracing for the flu. we'll tell you just how bad the situation is here. >>> good morning. thank you for waking up with us on this monday morning january 14th i'm pam cook >> and i'm dave clark. let's check weather and traffic. let's go to steve. you say it could be worse. >> yesterday was worse. >> you say it's warmer. >> it's still cold but sunday was colder. we have a little breeze here holding some temps up. 39 san francisco. was 45 about an hour ago. the wind tailed off. still upper 20s. a lot more 30s than we saw yesterday at this time. 40s to mid 50s on the high. >>> if you are driving on 80 westbound you can see traffic is moving along all right. it's getting a little more crowded. some of the lanes are already getting filled up. this morning in san francisco northbound 101 traffic still getting top the speed limit. let's go back to the desk. >>> overnight fire in berkeley injured a man it happened inside an apartment at a compl
25+ years of public service. in a municipality, the city of berkeley, as well as at the federal level. i have worked with the very diverse population over the years. since my initial appointment, i function primarily as an alternate hearing officer presiding over approximately 40 cases per month; i have also occasionally filled in for board 1 or 2 as needed. since i was before you last i have engaged in self-study, real estate appraisal; i enrolled in the real estate class in san francisco college. completed all of the required training to the city and county of seven cisco, brown act, sunshine act; once i completed my commission appointment process i immediately began to mentor two young women through the commission process and excited to report that both women received a mission appointments in their respective jurisdictions, sacramento county and the city of berkeley. i enjoy my public service and he will entrust me with another term i promise to remain committed and expand my service to the city and county of san francisco. thank you very much. any questions? >> this is a
of california berkeley with a degree in civil engineering. i started with the department of public works in 1984. in 2003, i was asked to come to san francisco public utilities commission to take the meat on the program. i'm responsible for all the large capital projects for water, waste water, and power. it's about $12 billion of capital projects. we have a lot of projects. our water system improvement program, 80 products that span seven counties. we have a staff of about 400 city employees and about 500 consultants. puc is really embracing technology. we wanted to make sure we really had a system that would elevate all issues so we could address them in a timely manner. as you know, time is money. we have a construction management information system. it is a great tool to help us address construction and make it successful, as it is today. cmis is one of the first major tools we put in place. the next one is the san francisco online invoicing, where we are now working with the contractor and consultant to have them submit their invoices online. we are also working on electronic bidding system
and berkeley and alameda 62 and low 60s, morgan hill, cupertino, same for daily city half-moon bay and 59 in san francisco. fog will be increasing in the valley but the coast and bay will continue to warm up and it looks quiet into the weekend. >>> anybody can now own a piece of solyndra. solyndra owned more than half million and in 2011 is filed for bankruptcy. most of the equipment was auctioned off and in santa clara they scooped up many of the tube shaped modules scooped up for $10 each. >>> many have to finds ways to get to school. the union is worried drivers could lose their jobs. more than 150,000 students are affected by the strikes including 5 4,000 children with special needs. >>> gary coleman died this week in his bay area home town. >> the fact is i adopted willis and arnold. >> his name was comrade. he adopted two young african- american brothers and one of the top stars say it is one of the most heart wrenching days of his life. it was a family show that tackled social issues. comrade bane was 75 years old. >>> a field outside of detroit getting so much attention. >>> good
which means areas like berkeley is really opening up. for many, 70 in clear lake, ken field 64, venetia crocket lower 60s and fairfield 62 degrees. 67 in oakland, there is berkeley 66 and livermore 65. milpitas 70 degrees 68 santa cruz supplement supplement 67 degrees -- cupertino 67 degrees and cupertino will be on the warm side. it looks pretty good, a few clouds may be early next week but we are dry for at least another week. >>> 6:13, the archbishop is making comments about gay marriages. >>> chuck hagel, the big problem he could face. >>> and a man who is formally a vietnam vet is holding a young boy as a hostage. we will bring you more on that. stay with us. . >>> welcome back, 6:15 is the time and a gunman is still holding a boy hostage in an underground bunker. this is the third day of the standoff and they were able to get medication and coloring books to the little boy who reportedly had some health problems. he was kidnapped from a school bus after the gunman shot and killed the bus driver. he is described as a retired veteran with anti-american views. >>> new this morning sy
and montgomery stations. >>> one man is recovering after a fire broke out in his apartment in berkeley early this morning. it happened on acton street and bancroft way just after midnight. firefighters say the injured man suffered minor burns and smoke inhalation. neighbors say they heard him screaming for help. >> i heard some popping sounds and then i heard him yelling call 911 and so that's what i did. >> she says the victim is the landlord of the building. according to the fire chief the cause is still under investigation but he does not think that it appears to be suspicious. the looming threat of closing clayton cities only fire station has now been put to rest. authorities say instead of a full closure fire officials will staff the station from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. monday through saturday. the fire crew scene engine will be staffed from nearby station 22 in concord during those hours. >>> good afternoon to you. cool dry weather will continue around the bay area for your afternoon. giving you a look at well all that sunshine out there. isn't that a gorgeous looking view over the bay
. police busy warning drivers in the berkeley hills of a large patch of black is on the road. 30 feet of it appeared on a curb. a lot of cars skidded off the road, out of control. >> suddenly through the ice and hit brakes, losing control of vehicles and cars are spinning out. people need to slow down and don't get turned into ice. >> that advice too late for many drivers. seven cars involved in accidents. some suffered major damage. officers from oakland and berkeley helped clear roads and ice from roadways. >> it looks like california budget has been balanced. today a budget analyst says brown's spending plan will work if state lawmakers follow it but there is still big debt nout being accounted for. abc 7 news is live from the capitol with more on those concerns. nannette? >> an independent analyst agrez finances are definitely improving but there are some risk as head. >> the nonpartisan analyst says the proposal is roughly bath baled commending for showing fiscal restraint but there are concerns about the california financial health such as long term debt and costs not accounted
much about the arab world. then after graduating from the university of california at berkeley, i traveled to north africa as peace corps engineer. i worked as an english teacher in morocco two years and quickly grew to love this part of the world. since joining the service i spent almost my entire career in middle east and africa. one of the things that impressed me were people old enough to have lived and traveled in the united states when we had closer relations. those days are back. we had 1,700 libyans apply for fullbright grants to study in the united states this year, more than any other country in the world. we know that libya is still recovering from an intense period of conflict. there are many courageous libyans who bear the scars of that battle. we are happy we have been able to treat some of your war wounded at u.s. hospitals. we look forward to building partnerships between american and libyan hospitals to help return libya's healthcare system to the extraordinary standards of excellence it once enjoyed. over my shoulder here you can see the u.s. capitol building. in
of examples from the uc berkeley archives in that regard. his typewriter. chris arrived at cal with a beautiful, fancy electric typewriter, a covetted object in that prelaptop and prepc era. chris decided that beautiful machine was too bulky and didn't like being tethered to an electrical outlet. one day he traded it for a little olivetti manual. he was so proud. he loved the tactile sense of klaking away, which he did well. he created great works. the next topic are shoes. as enlightened members of the ato fraternity, our class came up with an idea to have a great gatsby party every year. this was a major event where we had a band, pond and duck. chris wanted to dress the part and was delighted to find a snazzy pair of gaudy wing tips. he seemed undeterred by the fact these were golf spikes and that even after i mentioned to him that he would literally be cutting a rug if he wore those things, he bought them any way and unscrewed the spikes and danced up a storm. the floors needed refinishing any way. chris was one of the first people i knew in the prestarbucks era who bought
. >>reporter: freezing temperature created rare black ice in the oakland berkeley hills causing spend out and nearly a dozen crashes this morning. highway patrol says no serious injuries reported. he highway patrol says during the cold snap keep an eye on wet patches in the road they could be frozen solid. this is abc 7 news. >> thank you. >> major admission by cyclist lance armstrong after years of denial he reportedly confessed to doping to oprah winfrey. what happens next. can his image ever be rebuilt. sports director larry biel more with this. >> if it can it will take year years. he denied using performance enhances drug and attacked the credibility of anybody who dead to question him apwt about it. today the abrupt reviersal admitting he did in fact cheat. he won the tour de france 7 times. title all taken away because of an investigation by the u.s. anti-dopeing agency that quoted many of lance former team mates who said they all helped him cheat. lance finally came clean to return to racing is the guess it's on bike or avid runner as well. crisis p.r. manager singer say
babies at berkeley. >> if you're smart enough to go to berkeley, you should be smart enough to find a job. >> reporter: davis has seen a 220% increase with 93 sugar babies now on campus. the average coed makes about $3,000 a month, and the arrangement can be for months or years. it doesn't have to involve sex. >> being a sugar baby is a lifestyle, essentially. these people are receiving monetary, financial help. but what they're giving back and companionship. >> reporter: maybe the world has changed. maybe it's the ultimate feminist act, a way of taking care of yourself. >> i think that it's somewhat degrading, but if a woman who's doing it is comfortable with it and is okay with what's happening, then that should be up to them. >> reporter: without passing judgment on the current sugar baby, let me say this. i have two young daughter, and i hope they get scholar help sh upons to go to college. but -- scholarships to go to college. >>> a group of oakland dancerce is turning the -- dancers is turning the world of modern dance on its side, literally. the troupe has been creating the unique
and bringing it to his home. >> u.c. berkeley's loss is oakland's gain. >> meet the animals who now have a new place to call home. ñzÑprt hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios ...and now... you! [ giggles ] ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> coming up at 6:00, a man leads police to body of his mother and confesses on to his murder. outrage for his release from a prison from a family for a previous victim. a man nominated for an oscar. those stories coming up at 6:00. >>> beautiful lights on the bay bridge. new art display will stay there for two years. >> before we go, the hye nags moved into their new settling in the new digs after a move from the berkeley hyena center. >> and that research dried up recently and the three animals needed a new home so the oakland zoo said they would adopted them. they will keep them separate from an elderly pair. >>> this is "world news." tonight, double threat. on top of the flu, another virus now spreading across the nation
by researchers at berkeley. targeting those drivers could dramatically improve traffic flow. amy hollyfield has more. >> this study used this, people's cell phones and their g.p.s. signals to track their habits. experts say this research is going do help give them a picture of what is happening upstream before people enter the flow of traffic. >> when you ask bay area drivers for troubled traffic spots, the list answers is long. >> really bad. sometimes it takes me about 45 minutes to get down here which is ten minutes normally. >> it took 24 minutes from san francisco this morning. >> researchers have definitive answers. professors at uc berkeley gathered the most details traffic information yet. they found that the traffic is the worst in southeast san jose, hayward, san ramon and san rafael. they looked at very specific issues. they think they have the answer to this frustrating problem. >> you do not know where the traffic comes from, you do not see an accident or figure. it is just really bad. >> they believe this happens because people from outlying neighborhoods all come together like tr
:00. >>> police are investigating a large fight near berkeley high school. it happened at bancroft way and moved through the downtown area. four teenagers were arrested but it's not clear if they will face charges. it's also not clear what started the fight. police say no one was hurt. >>> fremont police say a 27- year-old man acted in self- defense when he shot and killed his father last week. officers also revealed that 48- year-old david weatherton attacked his children with a baseball bat covered in nails. weatherton's son fired one shot during the argument. he later surrendered to police. police say at this time it does not appear that charges will be filed. >>> a livermore man accused in a fatal shooting last month has been taken into custody in oregon. police identify the suspect as 24-year-old jacob kober. he remains behind bars in lane county. police say he's wanted in connection with the shooting death of kenneth ogden. ogden's family was found in the field of december 29th. >>> the woman who founded the dear abby advice column has died. mall lien phillips had been battling alzheimer's
saturated slopes is turning into a landslide and threatening the lawrence berkeley land. why lab employees are in a race. >> this land slide has evacuated building 46 closing mcmillen road and displacing 160 exployees. >> late november or early december where we had a storm coming into the bay area where it dumped a lot of rain in a very short period of time. >> the type of bedrock that we have in the bay area is generally relatively weak compared to other parts of the state. >>> ron reuben of the geological survey explain why it is not safe. >> the longer you goin the season the greater the risk because the ground has absorbed more water. >> a massive landslide in california happened in 2005, this building is in the way of this land coming down and relocating their employees, tools and instruments and records that scientists use will not be easy. >> you can't do it like in four hours, you can't do it in one day. >> upper inof outside specialists including the u.s. gs are involved to stabilize the area. until they are sure that building 46 is safe from danger. >> it is good to go outside.
to a study by researchers at berkeley. targeting those drivers could dramatically improve traffic flow. amy hollyfield has more. >> this study used this, people's cell phones and their g.p.s. signals to track their habits. experts say this research is going do help give them a picture of what is happening upstream before people enter the flow of traffic. >> when you ask bay area drivers for troubled traffic spots, the list answers is long. >> really bad. sometimes it takes me about 45 minutes to get down here which is ten minutes normally. >> it took 24 minutes from san francisco this morning. >> researchers have definitive answers. professors at uc berkeley gathered the most details traffic information yet. they found that the traffic is the worst in southeast san jose, hayward, san ramon and san rafael. they looked at very specific issues. they think they have the answer to this frustrating problem. >> you do not know where the traffic comes from, you do not see an accident or figure. it is just really bad. >> they believe this happens because people from outlying neighborhoods all come t
berkeley used cell phone and gps to determine the areas that include dublin, hayward, san jose, san rafael and parts of san ramon. >>> what may be the boat to meat in the america's cup got its wing today. oracle usa received the widge at the port of oakland. it was damaged in october when the boat capsized. the wing was built in new zealand. it's on its way to the team base. oracle says the catamaran will be ready to sail again next month after the repairs are complete. >>> good afternoon to you. a quiet, hazy day over the bay area. an advisory for a spare the air has been claired today -- declared. the visibility still quite dense in some areas, i should say. in areas around concord and santa rosa reporting visibility. down to a quarter mile, half- mile. temperatures this morning, mid- 40s to 50s. if you have the sunshine, you are several degrees warmer than yesterday. if you have the fog and cloudiness, you are cooler than yesterday. and in concord, anywhere from 5 to 10 degrees cooler than where we sat 24 hours ago. walnut creek still seeing some of this, martinez, along highway 4. a li
say they've found the bodies of a missing berkeley woman and her boyfriend. camille kob-er and eric eide went missing at the end of december. their bodies were found yesterday in a rural part of shasta county, near eide's home. the couple went for a walk in the woods, then got disoriented during a storm after dark. shasta sheriff's deputies haven't found any evidence of foul play. we're getting a closer look at some rescue video of a skier. buried by an avalanche at lake tahoe last month. you can see from this helmet cam video, the buried skier was able to put a hand up above the snow surface. and then brush snow away until he was freed. the skier admits he and his rescuers made mistakes, including skiing above a ridgeline prone to slides. also, not having proper training for such a scenario, and not equipping all party members with rescue gear. the skier says he wants others to learn from his mistakes. >> no more invasive x-rays at the nation's airports. congress ordering the transportation security administration to replace the old x-ray scanners. that's because the company that m
there used by berkeley farms -- >> two actually. >> two. i offered to him to contact berkeley farms to see if we could get replacements and if we could not i offered him that the owner would reconstruct new ones and put them on the site so that offer is still outstanding. >> go ahead i'm sorry. >> i'm sorry. >> no. >> i have a question for mr. sanchez actually. >> so does the form six require the remaining building to be demolished as well. >> ma'am, that's a department of building inspection issue but my understanding the question before you was whether the permit was correctly issued? this is the appeals board for the permit and if you feel that this board has great discretion and if you believe it was a demolition permit i believe you could deny the permit here and require they full the form six permit. i don't know if the board's decision on that the board is saying to demolish the rest of the building. you're saying that the work done already should have required a form six and trigger our requirements under 230 and just briefly on the sign issue. the sign as it was before was a bu
, but uc-berkeley and uc santa cruz. so we are part of this network. in addition, we have technology partners with berkeley laboratories. for us, a lot of the breakthroughs in our technology have really come from our partners that research laboratories and our staff. i would add to that, not only is that where it came from, but it is the type of environment that fosters creation. there is another benefit to being in this type of environment. lots of service providers, lots of other companies that are also starting businesses, whether you need legal assistance -- obviously, we have the lab space. recruiting is important for start-ups. staffing, exactly. so we have that as part of this innovation center. >> access to education and access to the right environment. >> yes, i would say so. >> ibm is a big company. i am sure there are a lot of people in the valley that still see it as an east coast-based company. the reality is you have been here for a long time. can you talk about the ontario culture here and what is being done that with the great ideas -- a entrepreneurial culture here a
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